Pennsylvania v. President United States of America

Obama Admin: Religious employers need not pay for contraception if that violates their beliefs, but they must notify a third party, which will then provide said coverage to employees. Little Sisters of the Poor: The notification requirement violates our beliefs. Trump Admin: Strike the requirement. Pennsylvania: It’s unlawful, unconstitutional to strike the requirement. Third Circuit: The district court erred by not allowing the Little Sisters to intervene in Pennsylvania’s suit.

Tags: 2018, Administrative Law, APA, Equal Protection, Establishment Clause, First Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, Third Circuit

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